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703: How I Lost More Than a Quarter Ton and Gained a Life (Large Print) (Center Point Platinum Nonfiction)

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Synopsis:

Nancy Makin weighed an astounding 703 pounds in May 2000. She was forty-five years old and had diabetes and heart disease. Thanks in equal parts to shame and logistics, she'd been homebound for a dozen years. All that changed after her sister gave her a c

Product Details

ISBN:
9781602858343
Publisher:
Center Point
Subject:
Biographical
Author:
Makin, Nancy
Subject:
Large type books
Subject:
Overweight persons
Subject:
General
Subject:
Biography - General
Edition Description:
Large Print
Large Print:
Y
Series:
Center Point Platinum Nonfiction
Publication Date:
20100831
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
398
Dimensions:
8.70x5.84x1.26 in. 1.30 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Nancy Makin weighed an astounding 703 pounds in May 2000. She was forty-five years old and had diabetes and heart disease. Thanks in equal parts to shame and logistics, she'd been homebound for a dozen years. All that changed after her sister gave her a c
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